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Looking for a font!

Discussion in 'Fonts and Typography' started by mander0104, Apr 12, 2006.

  1. mander0104

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    I'm looking for a font. I only know what 2 of the letters look like. I found something similar, but I dont think its quite right, cause its not BOLD enough, and I dont think that making it BOLD is the answer, maybe somebody knows the right one. The letter i need is an "L" but I know that the letter "P" from that same font looks something like the "P" from FELIX TITLED. Where the top kinda comes out to a point, and the bottom of the curve comes to a point and doesn't quite touch the leg of the "P"..Make any sense?? I will attach the P from the Felix font to give you an idea. Remember..I'm needing something more BOLD. (And i dont want an italicized font either). Thank you!
     

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  2. The Vector Doctor

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  3. Mason

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    Trajan Pro, comes in regular, bold, italic, bold italic
     
  4. Bobby H

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    There isn't any italic OTF weights of Trajan Pro. Just upgright regular and bold versions. One difference it does have from the previous Trajan Type 1 version is its' being a true small capitals typeface. Trajan was all caps.

    BTW, Trajan Pro is bundled in with many new Adobe application releases (PhotoshopCS2, After Effects 7, Premiere Pro 2, etc.).

    Late Edit: The original sample shown isn't Trajan or Trajan Pro. The opening at the bottom of the curve of the "P" is too large and the serifs look different.
     
  5. mander0104

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    Ok...I'm confused...are you thinking its Trajan or its not. When I look at the attachment it looks quite similar to what i am looking for..may even be the one (Maybe bolder? im not sure till i c it bolder?) Is there a place a person can get this for free, or are these all types of fonts you have to pay for? Thank you!
     
  6. The Vector Doctor

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    He wanted a font SIMILAR to his sample, I pointed out Trajan.
     
  7. The Vector Doctor

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    That's up to you to decide if Trajan is correct. You wanted us to give you an idea, but without an actual sample to compare, it's anybody's guess.
     
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